Tag Archive for Nokia

Nokia Acquires Mapping Startup Desti

Natalie Gagliordi of ZDnet reports, “It looks like Nokia is expanding its HERE Maps mapping business with its acquisition of the mapping startup Desti, a spinout from SRI International — the same group responsible for Apple’s Siri.”

Microsoft, Nokia, and What this Means for Yahoo!

David Amerland, author of Google Semantic Search and speaker at the upcoming Semantic Technology & Business Conference in New York, has given his take on Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s Devices & Services division. In his analysis, he talks about the Semantic Web and how the company that stands to lose the most in this deal…

Data Job of the Day: Data Scientist

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by Angela Guess Nokia is looking for a Data Scientist in Burlington, MA. The post states, “We are seeking top talent to analyze and act on petabytes of data to provide highly relevant experiences to consumers. The Big Data Analytics team works on the cutting edge of a breadth of products, research, customers and technologies.…

Big Data Job of the Day: Senior Software Engineer

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by Angela Guess NOKIA is looking for a Senior Software Engineer in Burlington, NC. The post states, “This role is with the Location & Commerce unit, where we are building a world-class location platform that brings together intuitive mapping, smart place data, and contextual navigation. The API Platform is what brings the power of this…

NoSQL Job of the Day: Senior Software Engineer

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by Angela Guess Nokia is looking for a Senior Software Engineer with NoSQL experience in Boston, MA. According to the post, “The candidate will join an innovation-focused team in Boston/Cambridge responsible for building new social software and services assets. Our mission is to innovate on all aspects of the end-to-end consumer social experiences on Nokia…

Implementing Commercial Applications With Semantic Search

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Executive Summary

A common challenge facing today’s enterprise, its employees, and customers, is the ability to easily and effectively access corporate data and product/services-related information.  To obtain the accurate and specific information needed from a vast corporate network is a daunting task, especially as data grows more complex and the workforce becomes increasingly mobile.  What if we had pervasive access to it all– enabling us to make timely business decisions while continuing on with our busy days?